What is is a suspicious search engine that was created by AirFind Corp. This company is also the creator behind, as well as, a search engine that users are redirected to from Although redirecting seems unauthorized, our research team does not consider it to be malicious because both search tools belong to the same company. Whether you are reading this report because you want to learn more about these suspicious search tools, or you want to learn how to remove them, you should continue reading. If you want to discuss anything further, or you have questions that are not answered in this report, we welcome you to start a discussion in the comments section. Hopefully, once you are done reading, you will know what to do.testtest

How does work?

The interface of is not very unique, and it reminds us of many other search tools. In the center of the home page, you can find the “What are you looking for?” search field. Below that, you can find easy-access links to,,,,,,, and If you look at the big picture, these easy-access links have not much in common, besides that most of them represent popular, well-known sites. These links are not malicious, and you are unlikely to get into trouble by using them. We cannot say the same about the search tool. Although the “Google Custom Search” logo is displayed right above the search field, that it is not an indication that the search tool was created by Google or that it has anything to do with the well-known search engine. Unfortunately, it is possible that this customizable search service is used only to make you more trusting. Is that a reason to delete You have to decide that for yourself. You must understand, however, that the search results shown via can include advertisements and sponsored content.

Although you will not find any legal information via the home page of, you can find a link to the Privacy Policy at the bottom of According to the statement, AirFind Corp can receive information about you from third parties, which, of course, are not disclosed. This information can also include personal information. It could be used to help the company and the advertisers it works with to target you with more personalized advertisements. Non-personally identifiable information could be used for the same purpose as well. What do you think about that? Are you okay with showing you advertisements and sponsored links that are selected using the information gathered about you and your activity? In fact, are you okay with seeing ads when browsing the web altogether? Hopefully, you realize that interacting with links presented by unknown parties could be dangerous. That is the main reason we suggest deleting the suspicious search tool from your browser right away.

How to remove

According to our research, is most likely to affect browsers on your mobile device, but it is also possible that this search tool could take over browsers on the PC as well. In either case, we recommend inspecting your operating system to check if other infections or unwanted programs exist. If they do, you need to focus on them first. In the best case scenario, the search tool will disappear along with these unwanted pieces of software. If it does not, we recommend resetting your browser, and the guide below might help you do that. This guide shows how to reset Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers because they are the most popular ones. We show how to reset them on Desktop and mobile devices. If you find that you need to delete from a browser that is not listed below, please let us know via the comments section.

Removal Instructions

Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+F.
  2. Select Settings and then click Advanced at the bottom.
  3. Scroll down and click Reset.

To reset the Chrome browser on your mobile device, reinstall it.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap Alt+H.
  2. Select Troubleshooting information.
  3. Click Refresh Firefox and then confirm the action.

To reset the Firefox browser on your mobile device, reinstall it. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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